Steve Bellmore is one of three candidates running for McHenry County Board in District 4, which is composed of McHenry, Richmond and Burton Townships.
The other candidates are incumbent Chuck Wheeler and State Senator Pam Althoff.
Of the 112 signatures submitted by Bellmore, 22 are from Jack Franks’ pawn Jeffrey Litche.
You remember Lltche, right?
An invisible candidate, he ran in the Republican Primary last year against Steve Reick.
But Litche had a history of voting in the Democratic Party.
Litche was listed as a member of Jack Franks’ “Host Committee.”
And, then it was discovered that he had a Jack Franks’ yard sign in his front yard.
The Google photo you see below, however, makes the connection of Lichte to Franks picture perfect.
Here’s is a closer look at the two signs:
The Franks sign is readable; the other isn’t.
It is Franks’ sign favoring passage of electing a McHenry County Board Executive in an at-large election.
The referendum, which opponents charged would make Franks a “County Czar,” was soundly defeated.
The vote was 66.8% No to 34.2% Yes.
Take a look at the petitions Litche passed: